4 things to know as N-power assessment begins August 9

4 things to know as N-power assessment begins August 9

N-Power Teach Volunteers is a program that will help improve basic education delivery in Nigeria. They will then be deployed as teacher assistants in primary schools around Nigeria.

According to the website, they will not replace the current teachers, but will work as support teachers across Nigeria, assisting with teaching, school management and other functions within the schools.

Where possible, they will also assist in taking basic education to children in marginalised communities.

The assessment for the N-Power Teach volunteers began on August 9 and below are some pointers released by the scheme:

N-power assessment Source: Twitter, npower_ng

N-power assessment Source: Twitter, npower_ng

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Below are some things to learn from the pointers:

1. Some will be able to write their tests immediately, others will do so at a future time according to the schedule.

2. If your BVN validation is pending, then you might have to wait till Friday, August 11.

3. If your BVN records do not match your application, you will be unable to take the test.

4. If you ticked certain consistency skills, you will be required to take a second STEM test.

Meanwhile, NAIJ.com earlier reported that, N-Power announced a new test date for applicants who applied for the N-teach programme.

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The test was billed to start on August 2 but in a new directive, candidates will now write their test on Wednesday August 9.

N-power on August 1 posted on their Facebook page: "Good evening. N-Teach Assessment Tests will now commence on the 9th of August, 2017. We will share further details tomorrow."

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